4. Disney’s Beach Club Resort
Attached to the Yacht Club, the Beach Club offers similar amenities as the Yacht Club — chief among them, Stormalong Bay! Another benefit of lodging at the Beach Club is the proximity to the International Gateway at Epcot — guests are able to quickly enter and exit Epcot while staying at the Beach Club. Guests needing to find some food can find some great choices here — Cape May Café which features a character buffet breakfast, as well as an all-you-care-to-enjoy seafood buffet, as well as Beaches and Cream, a traditional ice cream and burger diner. At the end of their night, guests can also unwind at the Martha’s Vineyard Lounge and enjoy some craft beer or refreshing cocktails.
5. Walt Disney World Swan Hotel
The final resort in the Crescent Lake area, the Dolphin is located directly across from the Swan. Guests can find comfortable beds and convenient lodging to Epcot and Hollywood Studios, as well as great dining. The Garden Grove welcomes guests for every meal and also features a character dining dinner. Guests at the Swan can also enjoy a meal at Il Mulino and Kimonos!
The Epcot Resort area is a great area to stay in when visiting Disney World. In addition to phenomenal restaurants, guests have quick access to two of theme parks, as well as easy access to great entertainment options. Have you stayed at any of these resorts? Which is your favorite?